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What It's Like To Be ... A Bartender

What It's Like To Be ... A Bartender

The modern bartender as a "cultural priest"

What's it like to be a bartender? Jeff Bell, the head bartender at Please Don't Tell (PDT) in Manhattan speaks to AOL Jobs. Read More »

The Rich Less Likely To Support Raising Minimum Wage

The Rich Less Likely To Support Raising Minimum Wage

The guy who whipped your Bojangles' biscuits? He doesn't have any paid sick days. The woman who served your dynamite shrimp at The Cheesecake Factory? She earns less than $5 an hour before tips. Working conditions in America's restaurants are notoriously lousy, and according to a new survey, diners actually care... Read More »

Like Father, Like Son, As 29 Family Members Work At Restaurant Chain

Like Father, Like Son, As 29 Family Members Work At Restaurant Chain

If employees stick around for decades, the employer is probably doing something right. And if their children get jobs there too, it's probably doing something special. The steakhouse chain Smith & Wollensky can boast 29 fathers and sons out of the 200 employees at its New York location, reports Crain's New... Read More »

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